Although most of the world's furniture still isn't produced via 3D printing, there are some very interesting designs out there that give a green light for the future of the industry. Here is some of the coolest 3D printed furniture!
Print the Future has opened a 3D printed furniture pop-up shop in Manhattan. They plan to offer customers customized home furnishings created within 24 hours.
Canadian company Print the Future is launching a 3D printing chain, inviting customers to personalize purchases and print them in store.
For their 3D Knitted Armchair, the Swedish retail giant is using a digital knitting process to create complex and lightweight furniture.
Looking to furnish your new home with something unusual? Take a look at this Scandinavian-inspired 3D printed furniture by Jon Christie.
IKEA reckons 3D Printing is key to a sustainable future. Love your furniture longer (even if it requires a little hacking) with 3D printed IKEA spare parts.